photoshoot:2011

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“I really think I’m really lucky. I’m so grateful for my family, my mom, my stepdad, they all made it possible for me to come here. For my friends, for the fact that I’m living in New York, in my own apartment in the city. I’m also grateful to have people that believe in me the way they do. It’s also a friendly reminder that life is has got to keep going, you should never feel like you’ve arrived. You gotta stay hungry. It’s all over for you the moment you don’t.”

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It was really interesting because at first, despite the obvious similarities, I guess I was also trying to detach my sense of self from the image. It was such a delicate time, I was 10 or 11 when the first movie came out, I was trying to figure out what my own identity was, but I didn’t really have one yet. And I watch interviews that I did when the first movie came out and I was so lost! I would think, “What do young girls talk about? What do they say?” “I like going shopping and I have a crush on Brad Pitt.” And I had no idea who Brad Pitt really was! I hadn’t seen a single movie that Brad Pitt had been in, but this just seemed like the right thing to say. It makes me sad because I see this girl trying so much to fit in. The truth was I loved school.

  • what she says:I'm fine
  • what she means:lucy was almost stabbed in the eye and didnt even blink what a character development and natsu saved her but has turned into E.N.D. and now he's out in a total demon freak mode looking for his emo brother who is a 400 years old wizard with the military power of an entire nation, but instead he faced gray whose life goal was to kill E.N.D. for revenge before he knew it's his best friend and we don't know what he'll do now since he's pissed after a frEAKING DOUBLE SUICIDE WITH HIS GIRLFRIEND WHO HE THINKS IS DEAD AND WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED TO THAT FRIENDSHIP AND MAGIC MANGA WITH CUTE FLYING CATS
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Emily Kinney photographed by Michael Buckner for Women’s Wear Daily

‘I slowly got agents to find me more auditions and it was all about auditioning and that seemed to make sense to me. Music is different because you are the creator of it. I realized that I was really keying into what I was good at. It wasn’t necessarily just the music but stories and the words and connecting with an audience. And that’s something you can do with music, but also with movies and TV and it started to become less important to me which avenue.